an economy produces people as well as goods and services.” The economy is not, as many believe, a morally neutral ground. Instead, “economies structured by differing incentives are likely to produce people with differing preferences.”
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Was curious so I did a little digging and it turns out it’s from Chapter V of The Moral Economy

http://yalebooks.com/book/9780300163803/moral-economy

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